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This is the only non medical self help book I would ever recommend to someone. There are many great books if you are looking to help better your mental health (ask a professional) but this one is pretty fantastic. Chris Hardwick is funny, open, smart and honest about his own struggles with mental health and addiction. The book is written for those who are more on the nerdy side but I think some of his tactics and ideas (obviously learned from his own professional psychiatrist) can be beneficial to anyone. Plus the book is funny and entertaining.
For me it was not well spent. I found the book disjointed and dull. I was really looking forward to listening to this one but there were to many problems with this title.
For me this title best illustrates the complexity and realities of living with Attention Deficit Disorder.
I've read so many titles on this topic but none are really worth mentioning aside from books sold in University book stores for those studying Special Education.
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